byClarke, H. C; Nicholson, A. O. P. (Alfred Osborn Pope), 1808-1876
"Appendix ... Abolitionism from 1787 to 1861 ... State sovereignty and the right of secession ... by A.O.P. Nicholson": p. -176 Topics: Almanacs, American, Almanacs, American, Antislavery movements, Secession
byConfederate States of America. Dept. of Justice; Davis, George, 1820-1896; Nelson, George E. W. Report of the Superintendent of Public Printing; Confederate States of America. Bureau of Public Printing
byConfederate States of America. Navy; Mallory, Stephen R. (Stephen Russell), 1813-1873; North Carolina. Governor (1862-1865 : Vance); Confederate States of America. President. Message of the President ... Feb. 3, 1865
Signed: S.R. Mallory, secretary of the navy Topic: Advance (Steamer)
byHindman, Thomas Carmichael, 1828-1868; Newton, Robert Collier, 1912-; Confederate States of America. Army. Trans-Mississippi Dept. Hindman's Division
"Comrades: I this day relinquish command over you, and will soon leave this department ..." Topics: Hindman, Thomas Carmichael, 1828-1868, Confederate States of America. Army. Trans-Mississippi Dept....
Sibley's brigade as organized at San Antonio, Texas, in 1861 was composed of Reiley's 4th, Greens' 5th, and Steele's 7th regiment of Texas mounted volunteers. Waller's 13th battalion cavalry, organized at Hempstead, Texas, June 1, 1862, was attached to the brigade April 14, 1863. The brigade is also known as Green's and Hardeman's Topics: Confederate States of America. Army. Sibley Brigade, Confederate States of America. Army. Texas...